1. Ending The Streak: Why WWE Needs to End The Streak at Wrestlemania 29

    For 23 years, the legend of the Undertaker's iconic WrestleMania streak has been slowly built. Since 2001, the record has been acknowledged. Since 2005, the aura surrounding it has achieved a level surpassing almost every other storyline in the company...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about over 1 year ago 7,516 reads 144 comments

  2. Oakland Raiders Win, Yet Still Don't Make the Playoffs

    OAKLAND, Calif.: In In a stunning move by the National Football League and Commissioner Roger Goodell, the Oakland Raiders will not be included in the playoffs, despite their obvious ...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about over 3 years ago 1,614 reads 19 comments

  3. Return to Glory?: The Chiefs' Road to the Playoffs in 2010, Part 1

    After the stunning turn of events in Week 4, the Kansas City Chiefs sit in a position nobody could have envisioned coming into the year: the only undefeated team remaining in the NFL...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about almost 4 years ago 1,355 reads 9 comments

  4. An Open Letter to WWE Creative: You're Killing Me, Guys

    Dear WWE Creative Team: OK, guys. We've been over this before. There are times where you make some bone-headed decisions. But I've been quick to say that it's not always your fault...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about almost 4 years ago 1,225 reads 31 comments

  5. WWE Bloggers, Calm Down!

    If you read wrestling blogs on the Internet, you're well aware that Triple H is a freeloader who simply married the boss's daughter to make himself champion...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about over 4 years ago 71 reads 48 comments

  6. Why Doth Thou Torment Me So? (Or, John Cena Wins At Bragging Rights)

    Pardon me if I'm not up-to-date on the latest storylines.  I'm in my first semester of law school, so it can be a little rough.  (Not to mention, it gives me a nice excuse to avoid watching WWE's excuse for "wrestling" nowadays...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about almost 5 years ago 793 reads 14 comments

  7. WWE Writers Need New Outlook, New Strategy

    July 7, 1996, Bash at the Beach. WCW, a company that had great potential. Eric Bischoff had managed to sign and debut Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, who had only weeks earlier been on the WWF's roster as Razor Ramon and Diesel...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about 5 years ago 539 reads 17 comments

  8. WWE: Get The 'F' Out (Of Here), Or "Seriously...Trump?"

    For years, the WWF/WWE has thrived under the utilization of a different entity, other than the owner, serving as the "head of operations" as it pertains to the TV/live entertainment product...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about 5 years ago 719 reads 21 comments

  9. When Gimmicks "Infringe" on a Wrestler's Talent

    Watching "Smackdown" a few weeks ago made me realize something yet again--something I've thought of several times over the years, but which have now boiled over into this writing...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about 5 years ago 966 reads 18 comments

  10. In Retrospect: Bruno Sammartino

    This is the first in what I intend to be a weekly column over the summer, looking back over the careers of the legends of wrestling upon which the current landscape of "sports-entertainment" is currently built...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about 5 years ago 1,348 reads 7 comments

  11. Mr. Kennedy's Demise: Lament or Learning Lesson?

    Too often, the release of wrestlers from WWE has meant precious little, other than the effect it will have on storylines or the lives of the wrestlers in question. However, the release of Ken Anderson, better known as Ken Kennedy or Mr...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about 5 years ago 1,209 reads 21 comments

  12. The Impending Death of TNA

    For a free-market conservative such as myself, this article is hard to write. If you do or don’t follow politics, let me explain why. One of the core principles of the conservative ideology is the notion that competition breeds success...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about over 5 years ago 878 reads 30 comments

  13. What Happened on Raw Tonight That You Did Not See

    Tonight, I made a little trip to St. Louis to catch the best show in sports-entertainment today-Monday Night Raw. I apologize for the brevity, and I will try to edit or write a more detailed version tomorrow (it's late, I had a long drive, and I'm tired)

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about over 5 years ago 721 reads 3 comments

  14. The Top Five Turning Points in Wrestling History

    While this list is in no way inclusive to every moment that has shaped our beloved business, this is my view as to the top moments that changed professional wrestling forever...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about over 5 years ago 801 reads 15 comments

  15. Christian Cage Update: Let The Speculation Begin

    While this is no confirmation that Christian Cage will indeed be making a return to WWE, I invite all readers to make a trip over to TNA's roster...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about over 5 years ago 581 reads 1 comments

  16. What Lies Ahead For WWE In 2009

    A few predictions for the year ahead of us in WWE: Ted DiBiase embarks on a losing streak of MVP-like proportions. Frustrated, he gets his dad to come back and award him the Million Dollar championship...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about over 5 years ago 849 reads 3 comments

  17. Edge Vs. Christian: WWE's 2009 Feud Of The Year

    If recent reports are correct, we will see Christian Cage back in the WWE as early as the Royal Rumble and by no later than Wrestlemania...

    Nick Haynes Written by Nick Haynes about over 5 years ago 2,374 reads 22 comments